children's sunday school crafts
Our Family for His Glory: One of my Favorite Art Projects Ever!
What a great idea... : "I did this during the summer while I was a camp counselor for fifth grade girls-they LOVED it! And I can re-use the quilt even though their week of camp is over! Can't wait to use it in my classroom one day! Gallon Ziploc bags, Duck tape, and lots of patience... A quilt! Students' work slide in the back. You won't see where it says Ziploc because that is on the back side!"
AWESOME IDEA! Gallon Ziploc bags + Duck tape = An art quilt! Students' work slides in the back. You won't see where it says Ziploc because that is on the back side!
Paint Bag Writing
michele made me: Amidst The Rain A Woven Sun
For the Love of Art
Toilet paper tube printing/painting - Start by covering your paper towel tube with a paper towel. Make sure that you have enough tubes for each child. Let the children squirt paint all over a shallow box. Lay the paper towel tube on one end of the box. Apply light pressure, gently roll the tube across the box, just enough to cover it with paint. Let it dry. Repeat! Repeat!
Casa Maria's Creative Learning Zone: I’m Printing
Clay Crafts for Kids to Make| Spoonful.com
Shrink Dink Charms for kids. If you have a boy, think about getting short lengths of the chains to make for shoe or zipper charms. You can find them at craft stores. The only problem I had with this was making the hole big enough that it would accommodate the chain after it shrunk. You may want to do a few test runs first.
Craft: Lamb Pin (Gift Idea) | Crafts | Spoonful